Mohsni has done superbly for the Gers since joining on a free transfer in the summer and has helped them move to the top of SPFL League One.
But the French-Tunisian defender knows the Glasgow giants have aspirations to play at a far higher level - in Europe's premier club competition.
And he is determined to help them get back there and then compete against the cream of the Continent's clubs.
He said: "To get back to the top after what has happened here would make us part of this club's history.
"Every player would be pleased to be here when Rangers get back to the top and I am no different.
"I have not played in the Champions League or the Europa League before. It would be a dream for me to play in those competitions and I think I can realise it by playing here.
Mohsni added: "We want to get back there, but we have to take it slowly. This year we have to get promoted and then we will see what happens next year.
"But this team is very strong and I am not afraid of any team. I believe we can beat any team. I am very confident of that."
Mohsni's current deal runs out at the end of next season - by which stage Rangers hope to have booked themselves a place in the SPFL Premiership.
But the 26-year-old, who has been scoring freely for Ally McCoist's side, is optimistic he can earn himself an extension if he continues to play well.
He said: "I would like to stay for a long time. If I am playing well and don't have any injuries - football is about luck as well - then I would like another contract."
Mohsni's position will be under threat if Rangers defend like they did in the first half against Brechin City at Glebe Park last weekend.
The former Ipswich Town and Southend United player was helpless to prevent the home team storming into a 3-1 lead in the first half.
But the player, who has become a huge favourite with Light Blues supporters, is confident the Gers will perform better against East Fife in Methil today.
He said: "It was a bad start for us. The conditions were really bad with the rain and how it affected the pitch.
"We lost three goals in the first half when in the eight games before we had lost just two goals. None of the players were happy.
"We have watched the video again with the manager. We started badly and we know we have to concentrate more right from the start in future games.
"When the whistle blows you have to concentrate far better than we did."
Mohsni netted as Rangers came back to win 4-3 and he is hopeful he can continue to find the back of the net in the remaining games of the 2013/14 campaign.
He said: "I know I can score goals. It is not arrogance, I just know I can do it by being in the right place at the right time.
"When I came here, my target was to score 10 goals this season. Maybe I will have to change my target to between 15 and 20 this season.
"I know it is going to be very hard. I don't know if a Rangers defender has ever scored 20 goals in a season.
"Maybe it is my chance to be a Rangers legend!"